Saturday, June 22, 2013

Cold's Gold Blogging Carnival - July Topic

Thank you Cold for passing this carnival off to me.  It's an honor to host this project.  Thanks to all who have congratulated me on being the new host.  Everyone is welcome to write a post for the blogging carnivals at Copper to Gold.  All of the previous carnival topics that were hosted at Cold's Gold Factory can still be found there. 

What If I Don't Have A Blog And I Want To Participate?

If you don't have your own site, you can still participate in the gold blogging carnivals. Sometimes a topic may tickle your fancy or you may have a unique spin on a blogging carnival topic that you would like to have read by others. Well, you are in luck. There are blogging sites that will post and host your content as a guest post. Just follow the normal blogging carnival rules that the others follow and get your post hosted and live prior to the carnival. Then, just submit the link to me ( for inclusion in the upcoming gold blogging carnival.

Be sure to check out How To Get More From Blogging Carnival Participation.

The friendly sites willing to host your content are:
  1. Squidoo - Join up and make a lens on the topic and earn money too.
July 2013 Gold Blogging Carnival Topic

This month's topic is brought to you by Nev of Auction House Addict . And what perfect timing as I've just hit gold cap :)

Earlier this month, Phat Lewts of Phat Lewts' Gold Blog posted a rant about total gold earned, and how that number could be manipulated to give you a false reading of how much gold you've earned.  Nev of Auction House Addict recently sent me a suggestion for this month's topic, inspired by Phat Lewts' post.  She points out that "Phat Lewts raises a few points as to how some newer gold makers are using that huge number as
'proof' of how good they are." This got her thinking about a new post, and she thought that it would make a great Gold Blogging Carnival Topic.  For July's Gold Blogging Carnival Topic, Nev asks:

What is your definition of a good gold maker?  How do you measure gold making success?

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